Children Should Be Financially Literate by 15 – Mitchell


President of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, PSOJ, Howard Mitchell says for Jamaica to attain and maintain greater development, each child by age 15 should be financially literate.

He was speaking at the opening of a Mathematics Workshop at the Shortwood Teachers’ College in St. Andrew yesterday.

He’s also imploring education stakeholders to make the case for more resources in schools especially those located in innercity communities.

Howard Mitchell , President of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica.

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